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February 7th- A New Month, But Same Great Fun

posted Feb 11, 2013, 8:07 PM by Sue Line RailRoad

A grain train has stopped in Sue City a exchange some cars with the Sue City Operator (SCO).

Paul Harwell (above) is checking his paper work before leaving Sue City.

Charlie DeVillbiss (above, foreground) and
Rodney Dixon (above,background)
discuss switching moves at North Park.

Lionel Dixon (above) checks his train before leaving Alexandria Yard.

Mose Crews (above, background) starts a Z-train running south
while Shreveport Yard Master, Rob Robbins looks on.

Charlie DeVilbiss(left) and Rob Robbins (right) both appear busy.

Jim Willis (above) was back as the Alexandria Yard Master.

Shreveport Yard Master, Rob Robbins (above) watches a
Z-train  as it leaves for a run southward.

Marvin Bennett, Jr. (above) was busy as usual on the E-Branch
as the Maryville Operator (MOp).

Danny Garland (above, right) was busy all night as the
Sue City Operator (SCO). Paul Harwell (above, left)
had stopped in Sue City to work a few cars.
Please note---- Danny Garland is so fast, he is just a blur!

Overseeing this evening of fun was
Chief Dispatcher Richard Kamm (above).


A look under the highway bridge in Sue City.

Cars behind the Bulk Plant at Dutchman Falls.
Notice the new scenery done by David Colvin
who also took the photos of this session.
Great job David.....

Waiting for a train  south of Alexandria Yard.

A northbound freight on the mainline at North Park.

Looking north into downtown Brandon.

Shattuck appears to be busy tonight.

What is that guy doing at the end of the
Trinity Grain Spurs in Sue City?


The leftmost monitor (above) shows the status of Underworld
and the WiFi link for the WiiThrottles.

The next monitor shows the status of RailOps
the car/train routing system.

The JMRI PanelPro program was used to create these screens.